During the 1972 Munich Olympic Games the Palestine terrorist group called 'Black September' attacked the accommodation of the Israeli Olympic team. They took several sportsmen as hostage, started gunfire on German policemen and soldiers. Five terrorists were killed and three arrested. This tragic event captured the attention of the world and most governments were realizing the incredible danger of terrorism and its widespread international scope. The author in this article summarizes the unsuccessful military operations of the Soviet Armed Forces in Afghanistan that lasted for almost a decade, and the experience of the allied military operations.
T. Koszegvari, no address given, contact the journal editor
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